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Community voices : health matters /
Henrie M. Treadwell, Marguerite J. Ro, and Leda M. Pérez, editors.
1st ed.
San Francisco : Jossey-BassWiley, c2010.
xlvii, 334 p.
0470934980 (cloth), 9780470934982 (cloth)
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San Francisco : Jossey-BassWiley, c2010.
0470934980 (cloth)
9780470934982 (cloth)
contents note
Baltimore community voices : serving the uninsured and underserved through coalition-building and special attention to men's health / Dennis G. Cherot and Michelle L. Spencer -- Denver health community voices : working to improve health through experimentation, linkages, leveraging, and transformation / Elizabeth Whitley -- Ingham community voices : health coverage and health equity through public health leadership and community building / Doak Bloss, Melany Mack, and Bruce Bragg -- Community voices Miami : building spaces and relationships that promote promising practices and access to health care / Leda M. Pérez and Elise M. Linder -- Community voices New Mexico : integrating practice with policy for health and well-being / Wayne Powell and Daniel Derksen -- FirstHealth community voices, North Carolina : from practice to policy / Barbara Bennett, Lisa G. Hartsock, and Roxanne Leopper -- Northern Manhattan community voices collaborative : forging partnerships to advance social and political change in health care access / Jacqueline Martinez and Allan J. Formicola -- Oakland community voices : a case study in the power of advocacy in providing 'sanctuary' and pathways to health care / Luella J. Penserga, Sherry Hirota , and Jane Garcia -- Health disparity and vulnerable populations confronting racism and sexism to improve men's health / Henrie M. Treadwell, Mary E. Northridge, and Traci N. Bethea -- Determining what we stand for will guide what we do : community priorities, ethical research paradigms, and research with vulnerable populations / Leda M. Pérez and Henrie M. Treadwell -- Oral health is the measure of a just society? / Henrie M. Treadwell and Mary E. Northridge --
Poverty, race, and the invisible men / Henrie M. Treadwell and Marguerite J. Ro -- Reducing unhealthy behaviors / Georges C. Benjamin -- Community health workers : social justice and policy advocates for community health and well-being / Leda M. Pérez and Jacqueline Martinez -- Standing in the gap / Henrie M. Treadwell and Joyce H. Nottingham -- Strengthening the oral health safety net : delivery models that improve access to oral health care for uninsured and underserved populations / Allan J. Formicola ... [et al.] -- Vulnerable populations, prison, and federal and state Medicaid policies : avoiding the loss of a right to care / Leda M. Pérez, Marguerite J. Ro, and Henrie M. Treadwell -- Web-based primary care referral program associated with reduced emergency department utilization / Michael Murnik ... [et al.] -- 2007 Denver men's health report card -- 2007 North Carolina men's health report card.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Forewordp. ix
Prefacep. xiii
Acknowledgmentsp. xvii
The Authorsp. xix
Introduction: The Power of Communities: Breaking a Legacy of Inequity and Disparityp. xxxv
p. 1
Baltimore Community Voices: Serving the Uninsured and Underserved Through Coalition-Building and Special Attention to Men's Healthp. 3
Denver Health Community Voices: Working to Improve Health Through Experimentation, Linkages, Leveraging and Transformationp. 23
Ingham Community Voices: Health Coverage and Health Equity Through Public Health Leadership and Community Buildingp. 47
Community Voices Miami: Building Spaces and Relationships That Promote Promising Practices and Access to Health Carep. 71
Community Voices New Mexico: Integrating Practice with Policy for Health and Well-Beingp. 93
FirstHealth Community Voices, North Carolina: From Practice to Policyp. 123
Northern Manhattan Community Voices Collaborative: Forging Partnerships to Advance Social and Political Change and Drive Improvements in Health Care Accessp. 151
Oakland Community Voices: A Case Study in the Power of Advocacy in Providing "Sanctuary" and Pathways to Health Carep. 185
p. 199
Part Two Introduction: Communicating the Change: The Role of the Community Voice in Building the Policy and Intellectual Basis for Community-Based Access to Carep. 201
Health Disparity and Vulnerable Populations Confronting Racism and Sexism to Improve Men's Healthp. 203
Determining What We Stand for Will Guide What We Do: Community Priorities, Ethical Research Paradigms, and Research with Vulnerable Populationsp. 213
"Oral Health Is the Measure of a Just Society"p. 223
Poverty, Race, and the Invisible Menp. 235
Reducing Unhealthy Behaviors: Where Do We Start?p. 241
Community Health Workers: Social Justice and Policy Advocates for Community Health and Well-Beingp. 243
Standing in the Gapp. 251
Strengthening the Oral Health Safety Net: Delivery Models That Improve Access to Oral Health Care for Uninsured and Underserved Populationsp. 253
Vulnerable Populations, Prison, and Federal and State Medicaid Policies: Avoiding the Loss of a Right to Carep. 259
Web-Based Primary Care Referral Program Associated with Reduced Emergency Department Utilizationp. 271
2007 Denver Men's Health Report Cardp. 281
2007 North Carolina Men's Health Report Cardp. 291
Conclusion: When the Community Voices Initiative Began, We Did Not Know What We Did Not Knowp. 301
Afterword: Now That We "Know What We Know," What Is to Be Done?"p. 321
Indexp. 327
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